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Bibiana Rojas joins us and shares that Colombia legalized medical cannabis and did so with the country being a true medicinal market. What she means by that is that cannabis has to walk and talk like a medicine. No flower is on sale, no shipments take place. The rules state essentially whatever we do with pharmaceuticals, we’re doing with cannabis. Bibi’s company has now received licenses to cultivate. For background, her family had a number of businesses and based on Bibi’s international business experience, she was elected to be the steward and she takes us through where she’s going with the business in Colombia’s cannabis economy. Incidentally, Bibi is also kind enough to give us a lesson in global treasuries.

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Speaker 1: Bibi Rojas Bibiana Rojas joins us and shares that Columbia legalized medical cannabis and did so with the country being a true medicinal market. What she means by that is that cannabis has to walk and talk like a Madison. No flowers on sale, no shipments take place. The rule state, essentially whatever we do with pharmaceuticals we're doing with cannabis. Bibi's company has now received licenses to cultivate for background. Her family had a number of businesses and based on bds international business experience, she was elected to be the steward and takes us through where she's going with the business in Columbia's cannabis economy. Incidentally, bb is also kind enough to give us a lesson in global treasuries. Welcome to cannabis economy. I'm your host, Seth Adler. Check us out on social, but they have a kind of economy that's two ends of the word economy. Bb role like it. Yeah. I like to do any other accident. This is my only one. Oh, this is nice. I see

Speaker 3: what you're saying. I plan my Jamaican accent. These, this accent too, this is how you're making them Psychos, right? That's it. I just needed to make and we do miss it. No, I got it. I heard it hit my British one is watch. So you are correct. You are not. This is not a talent of yours a bit, but just in case I'm doing cannabis. No, I got you. All right. So just to set the scene here, it's early in the morning. You're sipping coffee so that might happen. And it's also windy because we're in Kawaii, Hawaii, if anyone can believe it, I can believe it. You can believe it because we're here. It's gorgeous. It really is. And um, how would you describe it? The waves are coming up on the beach here and there are a lot of palm trees and nice and happy people. And the two of us are sitting here in business were smiling. The world is fine. Rainbows are coming. Oh sure. And you and I know different faculty. I think it's a beautiful day. Perfect Day of way of studying the day. It is, it is a. But again, we're in business attire. We're working here, right?

Speaker 4: I have my beautiful heels. I'm in a dress or wearing the color of the ocean to blue. Look at that. Yeah, it's good that we call this morning each other too much.

Speaker 3: Well, the thing is, um, I don't know if you remember what I was wearing yesterday or as you said, you saw me in Vegas. I saw you in Vegas. That same thing. It's always the same thing. So that's how I do it. Makes it easy. It's like a Steve Jobs, you know, that's what I really limit that as a thing that I have to worry about it.

Speaker 4: Exactly. Yeah. And practical. There's better things to worry about. There aren't, we made were more complicated because we're more memorable sometimes

Speaker 3: you are absolutely more memorable. At least I think so. And I think that's a good thing. I think that, I mean, what do you do? Like I'm a regular guy, right? I don't know. I'm just going to jump in here and see what you see if you want to discuss it. I like it. Um, and again, it's windy. Hold every coffee. Oh yeah, that's a good idea. So, you know, I, I'm aware that men are stupid and by that I mean simple minded, you know, we're very, you know, kind of straightforward, kind of think of one thing at a time. I'm painting with a broad brush and I'm also aware that women are complex and for our simple minds sometimes that comes across as crazy. Is that fair? I could see that. I can see where you're coming from. Yes. But this whole new thing, like this year and this year is the year of the sexual harassment. Oh my God, yes. Situate like people, men, right. Who? I, you know, I'm one of them. I didn't know that we did this, that we can actually keep it in our pants and this, I mean like the stuff that I'm hearing is remarkable. Anytime that I talked to one of my female friends are like, yeah, I believe it.

Speaker 4: No, no, I. and I, I think um, it's been surprising because women, we keep it quiet. I myself have been at some point in time sexually harassed, right? And in my mind I always felt guilty like, oh, maybe I did, I did wrong. You know, I'm the young intern and then this boss came to me. It was my problem because I'm the third, he's the CEO. Probably I did something wrong. So I keep it quiet because I want people thinking I did something wrong because then I'm all about that girl. I know with everybody talking now Sunday realized like, oh, we, it wasn't just me and he's everybody, but we all kept it quiet. Um, and, and I, I hear man on sometimes like, oh, now you cannot even look at a woman. I was like, it's not about that, but he's, I think, you know, when you have touched someone up in a proper way, would you invite someone or they say, no, thank you.

Speaker 4: And now just stop talking to them. Now there are no longer invited to meetings or the stuff that you have problem is because she said to a another type of invitation. So it's sad that it's happening. I'm, no, I'm very good at the moment. It's wonderful because now he's like it. It's keeping everybody in check on his boy from the high level that I think people, I think many men are scared now. They are like, Ooh, they're starting to think about, did I did something because it's also not the recent that people are talking about stuff that happened 20 years ago. So he's like, well, in 20 years I'm probably did something. I probably didn't.

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